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  • BLM pigs invade Bundy family land

    posted 2014-05-09 23:37:50 by core

    Who are the real trespassers in the confrontation on Bundy land in Nevada? Is the BLM killing the "trespass cattle" in Nevada? Questions are compounding as violence broke out Wednesday. Supporters and family members confronted rangers who tried to block the roadway. Eventually they left, but not until violence broke loose.

    Ammon Bundy was tased by a BLM ranger.

    An altercation with the Bundy family and supporters resulted in the tasing of Clive Bundy's son Ammon, and Clive's sister Margaret Houston, 57, who has cancer, being shoved to the ground. Another woman, one who is pregnant, had a BLM K-9 lung at her. Militia groups have started to arrive, as well as other citizens who are incensed at the government's treatment of a cattle rancher. The situation has increased tension on both sides.

    "This is the road I grew up on. I saw my aunt get thrown to the ground. I saw my cousin get hit 3 times by a taser." A Bundy family member became visibly upset at the government's handling of his family.

    "Go BLM! Go BLM!" the crowd chanted, as the rangers climbed back in their trucks and withdrew from the volatile situation.

    We have to wonder if the BLM rangers are asking themselves why they are there, as pregnant women and sick women confront them, demanding to know if they are going to kill the cows. In one of the videos you can hear a woman crying out to save her "baby calves."

    A Bundy family member stated Thursday that they did not know for certain, but were advised if the rangers couldn't get the cows to move, they would be shot. The BLM rangers have brought in backhoes... why? The BLM has made a deal with a local auction house to sell any of the "trespass cattle" found grazing on "public" lands... a deal reportedly for $300,000. They have spent far more than that in their penchant to intimidate the Bundy family in the first place.

    No court order gives the government the right to destroy cattle in the pursuit of grazing fees.

    When the law on endangered species went into effect, the funds from rancher grazing fees were to be used by the BLM to assist ranchers in protecting the Desert Tortoise. The "Rules" for grazing fees also included the demand that ranchers only have 150 head of cattle on the public lands. However, that "rule" is not financially feasible for any rancher who raises cattle for food. The grazing fees were being used against the ranchers, to buy out their land instead, so Mr. Bundy stopped paying the fees. His permit to graze was revoked in 1994.

    Nobody really cares about the tortoises. It's about control.

    The BLM reportedly was set to euthanize numerous Desert Tortoises (you know, the ones they were supposed to protect) due to a lack of funding back in August of 2013. Do the BLM tortoise-keepers really care about the animals? Not on your life, or they would never have even come up with that idea in the first place. They would have found a way to help them. Instead they took the easy way out.

    It will cost the government millions of dollars to round up the cattle to get them to the auction house... which is why there is concern over the presence of bulldozers, and the rumors are flying. Killing the cattle, killing the tortoises, who are the bad guys here? Certainly not the ranchers.

    U.S. Senator Dean Heller and Nevada Governor Sandoval have weighed in with their opinions on the matter and are saying the that heavy-handed approach by the BLM is unwarranted.

    The BLM and Park officials are not commenting on the cattle roundup. They have made a crude "First Amendment Area" near the ranch to try and force people who want to protest to stay within specific boundaries. That didn't work yesterday. And it is blatantly unconstitutional.

    "No cow justifies the atmosphere of intimidation which currently exists nor the limitation of constitutional rights that are sacred to all Nevadans. The BLM needs to reconsider its approach to this matter and act accordingly.", says Nevada Governor Sandoval.

    Militia members, and other groups are en route to this ranch from places like Montana, Utah, Texas, Florida,and New Hampshire. One family member expressed to this author that they were "overwhelmed at the show of support." But more is needed. The government must understand that they are the trespassers here.

    The Bundy family is surrounded by armed federal agents. Snipers are in place. The federal government would love to get its hooks on Clive Bundy, but family members are making sure he has plenty of company when he leaves the house. It appears the Bundy family is about to get more "company" from American citizens fed up with the government's approach. As the mainstream media remains silent, or sides with the government, we want you to know that we stand with the Bundy family.

    Let's kick the pigs off of the Bundy's land!

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    the USA is not free

    posted 2014-03-14 23:51:08 by core

    Do you think that you are free? Most Americans would still probably answer "yes" to that question, but is that really the case?

    In the film Edge of Darkness, Mel Gibson stated that "everything is illegal in Massachusetts". Well, the same could pretty much be said for the United States as a whole.

    Our lives are governed by millions of laws, rules and regulations and more are being piled on all the time. In fact, 40,000 new laws just went into effect in January. Every single new law restricts your freedom just a little bit more. The truth is that America has become a crazy control freak nation where virtually everything that we do is highly regulated. You have probably broken multiple laws today that you don't even know exist. We have all become criminals and lawbreakers because almost everything is illegal at this point. Our politicians are convinced that they are "making life better" by piling gigantic mountains of laws on to our backs, and law enforcement authorities are convinced that they are helping society by "cracking down on crime", but the reality is that our liberties and our freedoms are being strangled by all of this government oppression. This is not the way that America is supposed to work.

    Yes, every society needs laws. But the laws should be short enough and simple enough that everybody can read them and understand them. In America today, there is no possible way that any of us could ever read all of the laws that apply to us. Most of us just live our daily lives and try to do the "right" thing. But there is no guarantee that men with guns will not show up at your door one evening because of some obscure regulation that you have broken.

    Want some examples?

     

    • One California town is actually considering making it illegal to smoke in your own backyard.
    • In Louisiana, a church was recently ordered to stop giving out water because it did not have a permit to do so.

     

    • In the United States it is illegal to operate a train that does not have an "F" painted on the front. Apparently without that "F" we all might not know where the front of the train is.
    • In many U.S. states is it now illegal to collect rain that falls from the sky onto your own property.
    • In America today it is illegal to milk your cow and sell the milk to your neighbor. If you do this, there is a good chance that federal agents will raid your home at the crack of dawn.
    • In Washington D.C. it is illegal not to recycle cat litter.
    • It is illegal to give a tour of the monuments in Washington D.C. without a license.
    • In the United States it is illegal to sell natural cures for cancer - even if they work.
    • In the state of Massachusetts it is illegal to deface a milk carton.
    • In the state of Alabama, bear wrestling is completely illegal.
    • In Fairbanks, Alaska it is illegal to give alcoholic beverages to a moose.
    • In Lake Elmo, Minnesota it is illegal to sell pumpkins or Christmas trees that are grown outside city limits.
    • There is a federal law that makes it illegal to be "annoying" on the Internet. We're breaking this one right now, because of course there's nothing more annoying than the truth..
    • If you register with a false name on MySpace or Facebook you could potentially "spend five years in federal prison".
    • In Hazelwood, Missouri it is illegal for little girls to sell girl scout cookies in the front yards of their own homes.
    • All over the United States lemonade stands run by children are being shut down because they do not have the proper permits.
    • In Florida, it is illegal to bring a plastic butter knife to school.
    • In San Juan Capistrano, California it is illegal to hold a home Bible study without a "conditional use permit".
    • In the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania it is illegal to make even a single dollar from a blog unless you buy a $300 business license.
    • Sadly, this list of crazy laws and ridiculous regulations could be thousands long. We are a nation run by a bunch of control freaks that do not care about our liberties and our freedoms. So why do we have so many laws and regulations? Well, those that run things actually believe that we cannot be trusted with liberty and freedom. They honestly are convinced that society will be better if they regulate our lives as much as possible.

      This kind of "Big Brother" thinking is very dangerous. A lot of other horrible totalitarian societies started out with "good intentions" as well. Yes, having millions of laws, rules and regulations does make society more "predictable" but it also makes it just like a giant prison. This is not what our founding fathers intended, and this is not what America is supposed to be about.

      Sorry Americans, but the American Dream is now just a bunch of bullshit.

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    another president cancels Obama visit over spying

    posted 2013-10-05 21:06:38 by core

    Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has postponed a state visit to Washington in response to the US spying on her communications with top aides. Rousseff is demanding a full public apology from President Obama.

    Barack Obama spoke with Rousseff on Monday in an attempt to persuade her into following through with the trip, the Brazilian president's office said, according to AP.

    Brazil's TV Globo reported that the call between the two presidents lasted for about 20 minutes. Obama and Rousseff discussed revelations that the National Security Agency (NSA) spied on the Brazilian leaderâs phone calls and emails. The two presidents then "jointly" agreed to cancel the meeting, Globo reported, citing the presidential office.

    The Brazilian government said in a statement that "the conditions are not suitable to undertake this visit on the agreed date." It expressed hope that the conflict will be resolved "properly" and the trip will happen" as soon as possible."

    The state visit was initially scheduled for October 23. The Obama administration has confirmed that the visit was canceled.

    "The president has said that he understands and regrets the concerns disclosures of alleged US intelligence activities have generated in Brazil and made clear that he is committed to working together with President Rousseff and her government in diplomatic channels to move beyond this issue as a source of tension in our bilateral relationship," said White House spokesman Jay Carney.

    Earlier this month, TV Globo revealed in a report that the NSA monitored the content of phone calls, emails, and mobile phone messages belonging to President Rousseff and undefined "key advisers" of the Brazilian government. The NSA also spied on Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and nine members of his office.

    The "revelations" were based on evidence provided by former CIA employee and NSA contractor Edward Snowden, which was passed to British journalist Glenn Greenwald.

    A document dated June 2012 showed that the Mexican President's emails were read through one month before he was elected. In his communications, the then-presidential candidate indicated who he would like to appoint to several government posts.

    The Brazilian government denounced the NSA surveillance as "impermissible and unacceptable", and a violation of Brazilian sovereignty.

    In July, Greenwald co-wrote articles for O Globo, in which he claimed that some of the documents leaked by Snowden indicated that Brazil was the NSA's largest target in Latin America.

    Greenwald wrote that the NSA was collecting its data through an undefined association between US and Brazilian telecommunications companies, but he could not verify that Brazilian companies had been involved.

    Following the revelations, the Brazilian government ordered an investigation into telecommunications companies to determine whether they illegally shared data with the NSA.

    Defense ministers of Brazil and Argentina signed a broader military cooperation agreement on September 13. The two governments will work together to improve cyber defense capabilities following revelations of Washington's spying on Latin American countries.

    Brazil will be providing cyber warfare training to Argentine officers from 2014.

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    pakis stone girl to death for having a cell phone

    posted 2013-09-30 23:59:57 by core

    Muslims are first to claim that women have equal right like of men, and there is no superiority of men over women in Islam. But why we always see Muslims killing and torturing their women in Islamic country. But this recent case is much more shocking, because a young woman, mother of two was stoned to death as Islamic Shariah Law, because she was possessing a cell phone.

    Arifa, a mother of two, has been stoned to death on the orders of Panchayat (a tribal court) for possessing a cell phone. She was executed on 11 July in the district of Dera Ghazi Khan in Punjab province. The victim was stoned to death by her uncle and relatives on the orders of Panchayat after she was found to have a mobile phone.

    According to media reports her uncle, cousins and other relatives threw stones and bricks at her until she died. She was buried without informing anyone. Police registered a First Information Report (FIR) against the Panchayat but no one has been arrested. She was buried in a desert far away from her village and nobody (not even her children) was allowed to participate in the funeral. Her husband is unknown.

    Women are often victimized by these illegal judicial systems. This incident is a demonstration of the strong patriarchal society in Pakistan, and women are forced to remain in their clutches. Because of the absence of a proper criminal justice system, the powerful sections of society have complete impunity when they enforce their will.

    A Young Woman Stoned To Death For Having A Cell Phone In Pakistan The incident is a clear reflection of the total collapse of the rule of law in the country, where every section of the government has become utterly redundant in the face of tribal, feudal and religious traditions. The local police have not arrested the members of the Panchayat because the power in the area lies with the landed aristocracy.

    Stoning to death is a barbaric act from a primitive society. Society is sent the message that violence is the way to deal with women and other vulnerable groups. Womens rights are negated through the use of these forms of punishment.

    Pakistani society has degenerated to the point that, for a woman, keeping a cell phone has become serious crime. It is treated as a worse crime than gang rape, murder and bomb blasts, through which many people are killed on a daily basis.

    The Panchayat is an illegal judicial system run by feudal lords and tribal leaders. It is common in rural areas of Punjab, where landed aristocracy and centuries old tribal traditions rule. These practices are commonly used against women so that their tribal norms remain pure and intact. The Panchayat system is so powerful that the independent judiciary still has not shown the courage to declare it illegal. The Pakistani judiciary, which got its independence after a peoples movement of two years, is much more involved in taking cases against elected government officials in order to keep its popularity in the media, while failing to introduce judicial reforms at the grassroots level, which has generated a society without any base on the rule of law.

    What Arifas death shows us is the real system of justice in many parts of Pakistan. Local ruling is done by feudal bodies with complete impunity. There is no enforcement of the law by the judiciary, police or any other governing institution. It is more than the absence of the rule of law; it is an airless vacuum claiming many victims, in which the police charged with the duty of enforcing the law are hired thugs who torture and detain people at the request of powerful parties, please see the cases of two sisters, murdered in June 2013, 25 days apart, for daring to ask the courts for justice; read here. A Young Woman Stoned To Death For Having A Cell Phone In Pakistan

    In Arifas case, it is those same corrupt police officers who are now being asked to investigate. Without serious intervention from government authorities, her case will be treated the same as far too many innocent deaths have been; un-investigated, with complete impunity for the perpetrators.

    The Panchayat, Jirga and other illegal judicial systems can easily be used by grudge informers and powerful persons to obtain death penalties to murder whomsoever they want to. Bizarre charges can be tried and people are executed through these systems. There is rarely any intervention by the police to stop them because the police, as mentioned above, play a particular part in the real legal system that operates in many parts of Pakistan.

    The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) urges the parliament to legislate against the illegal tribal courts, including the Jirga, Panchayat and Bradari judicial systems. The government must immediately investigate and arrest all the members of the Panchayat for ordering the murder of a woman on the charges of possessing a cell phone. The senior police officers for the district of Dera Ghazi Khan should also be prosecuted for aiding and abetting this heinous crime and neglecting their duty to investigate this case. The upper judiciary, particularly the Supreme Court of Pakistan, must take immediate action against illegal and parallel judicial systems and the killing of innocent people.

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    The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) urges the parliament to legislate against the illegal tribal courts, including the Jirga, Panchayat and Bradari judicial systems. The government must immediately investigate and arrest all the members of the Panchayat for ordering the murder of a woman on the charges of possessing a cell phone. The senior police officers for the district of Dera Ghazi Khan should also be prosecuted for aiding and abetting this heinous crime and neglecting their duty to investigate this case. The upper judiciary, particularly the Supreme Court of Pakistan, must take immediate action against illegal and parallel judicial systems and the killing of innocent people.


    the NSA is storing much more than metadata on YOU!

    posted 2013-09-28 21:13:03 by core

    The Obama administration has been caught spying on the Verizon phone calls of tens of millions of Americans. The spying effort specifically targeted Americans living on U.S. soil.

    And now it's now been exposed that the government has been collecting records on every phone call made in the U.S.

    But the government has sought to "reassure" us that it is only tracking "metadata" such as the time and place of the calls, and not the actual content of the calls.

    That claim is patently absurd (as if THAT wasn't evil enough).

    Absent the content, the NSA cannot know if a phone connection was a legitimate connection of interest or simply a wrong number. People misdial. Kids play with phones. The switching system experiences misconnects. Absent the content, the data from the NSA phone system is unreliable at determining linkages.

    Let's try a simple calculation. Every day there are three billion phone calls made in the United States. Let us stipulate that the meta-data for that phone call takes 1 kilobyte of data. That is actually a lot, but let's assume the government is being their usual inefficient selves. To save the metadata for every single phone call going back to the start of this system would take 3 billion calls per day times 1 kilobyte, times 365 days per year, times 7 years. That works out to storage of 7.6 quadrillion bytes of data. Yet it has been announced that the NSA's facility in Utah has a data capacity of a Septillion bytes of data. That is 1,000,000,000 times as much storage than they need for just the meta-data! Even for the government, that is a huge waste, if they are not saving the content of the calls.

    The average length of a telephone call in the United States is 3:15. Sampled at 8000 hz, that creates a compressed file under 200 Kbytes in size. Together with the meta-data, let's round it up to an even 200K for simplicity sake. Times 3 billion phone calls per day, times 365 days per year, times 7 years, yields a storage requirement for all those saved phone calls of 1,533,000,000,000,000,000 bytes of data. That is 1.5 Quintillion. If we expand it to every phone call in the whole world for every day for those last 7 years, that comes to 6.2 Quintillion bytes needed. Let's add 201457306130verhead for indexing and organization, and we get 7.4 Quintillion bytes of data, still just a tiny fraction of the advertised Septillion size of the Utah facility. There is no question the Utah facility has the capability of saving every single phone call made in the world for the last seven years, with lots and lots of room for something else as well. We may presume that this septillion-sized data center is close to being full, because NSA has started construction on an additional center in Maryland.

    So the question is, what else are they storing at these data centers?

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    So the question is, what else are they storing at these data centers?


    NWO nanny state bans dodgeball in schools

    posted 2013-08-22 18:46:19 by core

     

    The nanny state mentality is becoming more institutionalized in America as evidenced by the recent decision to ban the age-old gym class game of “Dodgeball” in one New Hampshire school – though trust me, others will follow suit.

    In an incredible four to one decision, the five-member school board panel at Windham School voted to ban the “classic gym class game” which “has been a rite of passage for years” for kids – not to mention a whole lot of fun – according to CBSBoston. At the same time, the board voted to end all other so-called “human target” activities – games with names like “Bombardment” and “Slaughter.”

    “It’s almost turning into a nanny state,” said school board member Dennis Senibaldi, the lone school board member with enough sanity left to vote against the ban. “What happens when they replace that game with something different that another group doesn’t want to play, do we eliminate that group of games?”

    Yes, Dennis. The answer is, appallingly, yes.

    Didn’t you know? Dodgeball equals bullying

    Oh, of course there were lots of touchy-feely reasons for banning a game that has been around longer than most board members have been alive, to be sure. They include a handful of complaints by whiny parents, who claimed their kids were being “bullied” – targeted by the other kids during Dodgeball games. After “studying” the issue, a “special committee” said the games should go away. After all, we can’t be teaching our kids to be competitive or to learn how to adapt to adversity and overcome because, you know, the world plays be the same rules as the Autobot Society.

    Needless to say, not a few students were stunned by the decision.

    “I think they’re really fun because they’re just soft balls so it doesn’t hurt if it hits you,” sixth-grade student Lindsey Stagg, who – at her tender age – spoke more truth and sanity then the four lunatics and their “special panel” who voted to end the traditional game.

    Stephanie Wimmer, the board’s vice chair, told WBZ-TV the board is constantly “looking at our curriculum” for changes. Sure.

    “We spend a lot of time making sure our kids are violence free,” Windham superintendent Dr. Henry LaBranche lectured. “Here we have games where we use children as targets. That seems to be counter to what we are trying to accomplish with our anti-bullying campaign.”

    All of a sudden, Superintendent LaBranche?

    “It’s an elimination game,” said Andrew Mead, program manager at the National Association for Sport and Physical Education. “Games like Dodgeball and Tag don’t keep kids involved and physically active. They objectify slower students who don’t catch as well.”

    Raising a generation of pansies who can’t handle adversity

    Objectify? How about motivateChallenge? Concepts that encourage those who don’t play so well to find ways to be better?

    What’s next, ending tackle football, basketball and track because, gee, some kids are just more physically talented than others?

    There are alternative solutions other than simply banning an obviously popular activity. How about an “opt-out” clause, board members? Let kids who are getting “bullied” opt-out of this ultra-violent contact sport and do something else during gym class. That way, kids who still want to play can play. Why do you have to ban the activity?

    Do you see where all of this nannyism is leading?

    We are teaching an entire generation of kids that a) equality means equal outcomes, not equal opportunity; b) excelling at something should not be rewarded but criticized and the playing field “leveled;” c) that they should not have to face difficulty or adversity in life (and we wonder why so many of our kids are on psychotropic drugs); and d) choice, opportunity and freedom are archaic notions that have no place in “modern society.”

    Meanwhile, children in the rest of the real world are still living in it. Perhaps that is part of the reason why the U.S. lags so far behind those countries in so many categories.

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    Meanwhile, children in the rest of the real world are still living in it. Perhaps that is part of the reason why the U.S. lags so far behind those countries in so many categories.


    NWO goons raid eco-hippy camp - no pot found

    posted 2013-08-20 20:11:44 by core

    A small, Texas-based group calling itself a "sustainability community" says it was raided by a police SWAT team over suspicion that members were growing and distributing marijuana, but officers were unable to locate any contraband.

    According to a press release from the group, which calls itself The Garden of Eden, "a small Intentional Community based on Sustainability," Arlington P.D. SWAT officers raided the community the morning of Aug. 2, awakening inhabitants while executing a search warrant. But, says the group in a press release, no pot was found.

    "Ultimately only a single arrest was made based on unrelated outstanding traffic violations, a handful of citations were given for city code violations, and zero drug related violations were found," said the group.

    Seriously, a SWAT team?

    Officers were reportedly on scene for about 10 hours, group officials said, conducting searches that "involved many dozens of city officials, SWAT team, police officers and code compliance employees." The group said "numerous official vehicles including dozens of police cars" were involved in the operation, along with some "specialized" vehicles that were involved in the "`abatement' operation."

    "Witnesses say that there were helicopters and unmanned flying drones circling the property in the days prior to the raid that are presumed to have been a part of the intelligence gathering," said the release. "The combined expenses for the raid itself and the collection of information leading up to the fruitless raid are estimated in the tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars."

    The Dallas Morning News reported that, despite finding nothing but a few code violations, the city is defending the raid and, especially, the raid utilizing SWAT officers.

    Arlington Police Sgt. Christopher Cook says it's not at all uncommon to use them for drug raids, though it is becoming apparent that police departments all over the country are using them more often for any kind of raid.

    He also said the department was "concerned" about how the group reacted to the raid on social media sites.

    "That's what concerns me about their social media allegations," Cook said. "Yes, they were initially handcuffed, however once it was determined it was secure they were taken out of handcuffs. Typically we wouldn't do that, but they were compliant."

    All 8 adults present in the house were initially handcuffed at the gunpoint of heavily armed SWAT officers, including the mother of a 22-month-old and a two-week-old baby who was separated from her children during the raid.

    The group said that city code enforcement officials ordered members to cut the grass, destroy some wild and cultivated plants including blackberries, lamb's quarters and okra, and remove "other varied materials from around the premises such as pallets, tires and cardboard that the Community members say they had collected for use in sustainability projects."

    Shellie Smith, who owns the land the community sits on, says the rights of her and her members were violated.

    "We have been targeted by the system because we are showing people how to live without it," she wrote in a Facebook post. "We are growing more than just tomatoes here, we are growing the consciousness that will allow people to live freely and sustainably, and the system doesn't want that to be known."

    City officials said simply: "No cultivated marijuana plants were located on the premises. Narcotics detectives and members of the tactical unit cleared the scene within 45 minutes."

    It is becoming far too common for police departments large and small to resort to using militarized SWAT teams inappropriately. What is quite obvious in this case is that the group that police were dealing with was about as non-violent as you can get. If in fact the Arlington P.D. conducted surveillance of The Garden of Eden for days before the raid, officers should have known this.

    Therefore, is it unreasonable to expect a softer approach to carrying out a search warrant? I don't think so, given the fact that we are talking about suspicion of growing marijuana, not cooking meth or pushing heroin.

    Police know which groups in their communities are violent and which ones aren't. And they knew in this case, too. But they used a SWAT team anyway.

    "They came here under the guise that we were doing a drug trafficking, marijuana-growing operation," Smith told WFAA, a local ABC affiliate. "They destroyed everything."

    That's because these damned, trigger-happy Rambo cops really get off on this sort of thing; dressing up in their black outfits and running around with their guns drawn, hassling innocent citizens. They think they're real badass, these pigs.

    As the group says, it's obvious they were targeted because they are teaching people to grow food, recycle materials and other things that reduce their dependance on the system.

    These days, you can be growing pot or tomatoes -- it doesn't really matter; the fact that you're growing anything makes you a terrorist. See our recent articles on government work to control food production!

    Let's hope that one day, when the pigs go out to raid what they know is a peaceful community of freedom-loving people without just cause, that these pigs get fired upon. Once our side starts dropping pigs here and there, they won't be so "brave". It's pretty sad, but if you want to grow your own food, you're now a terrorist -- so I guess we'd better start acting like it. We need to be deploying appropriate counter-surveillance, anti-aircraft and anti-personnel defences. Let's train these hippies to resist properly, like they do in Europe! We need to put the enemy under our microscope, and start striking back against enemy assets. Make it cost them every time they charge onto someone's private property! Let's stop buying their genetically-modified, chemically adulterated, disease-infected Monsato frankenfood and start getting back to basics. Get Big Brother off of your dinner table and out of your life!

     

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    5 companies that profit from manufactured terror

    posted 2013-08-19 21:24:46 by core

    Michael Hayden, the former director of the National Security Agency, has invaded America's television sets in recent weeks to warn about Edward Snowden's leaks and the continuing terrorist threat to America.

    But what often goes unmentioned, as the Guardian's Glenn Greenwald pointed out, is that Hayden has a financial stake in keeping Americans scared and on a permanent war footing against Islamist militants. And the private firm he works for, called the Chertoff Group, is not the only one making money by scaring Americans.

    Post-9/11 America has witnessed a boom in private firms dedicated to the hyped-up threat of terrorism. The drive to privatize America's national security apparatus accelerated in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks, and it's gotten to the point where 70 percent of the national intelligence budget is now spent on private contractors, as author Tim Shorrock reported. The private intelligence contractors have profited to the tune of at least $6 billion a year. In 2010, the Washington Post revealed that there are 1,931 private firms across the country dedicated to fighting terrorism.

    What it all adds up to is a massive industry profiting off government-induced fear of terrorism, even though Americans are more likely to be killed by a car crash or their own furniture than a terror attack.

    Here are five private companies cashing in on keeping you afraid.

    1. The Chertoff Group

    On August 11, former NSA head Michael Hayden, the man at the center of the Bush administration's 2005 surveillance scandal, was defending his former agency on CBS News in the wake of the latest NSA spying scandal. Commenting on President Obama's half-hearted promises to reform some NSA practices, Hayden told host Bob Schieffer that "the President is trying to take some steps to make the American people more comfortable about what it is we're doing. That's going to be hard because, frankly, Bob, some steps to make Americans more comfortable will actually make Americans less safe."

    Former Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff had a similar message when he appeared on ABC News August 4. Speaking about the purported threat from an Al Qaeda affiliate in Yemen that led to the closure of 19 U.S. embassies, Chertoff said that "the collection of this warning information [about Al Qaeda] came from the kinds of programs we've been discussing about, the ability to capture communications overseas."

    CBS and ABC did not see fit to inform viewers that both Hayden and Chertoff are employees of the Chertoff Group, a private firm created in 2009 that companies hire to consult on best practices for security and combatting terrorism. Some of the companies the firm advises go on to win government contracts. Chertoff is the founder and chairman of the group, while Hayden serves as a principal. So they profit off a war on terror they say is crucial to keeping Americans safe.

    Though it's unclear how much in total exactly the firm makes, there are some known numbers. After the failed attempt in 2010 to blow up an airliner on Christmas Day with a bomb hidden in underwear, Chertoff pushed for better airport security procedures. One of the suggestions Chertoff made was for the Transportation Security Agency to use full-body scanners like the ones Rapiscan, one of the Chertoff Group's clients, made. And sure enough, after the Christmas Day plot, the TSA ordered 300 Rapiscan machines. The Huffington Post reported that Rapiscan made $118 million from the government between 2009-2010.

    2. Booz Allen Hamilton

    This private intelligence contractor has become a household name in the wake of the NSA scandal. Edward Snowden, the man responsible for leaking secret documents that exposed the breadth of NSA surveillance, was working for Booz Allen when he downloaded the documents he handed off to media outlets. As the New York Times reported in June, the company parlays its technology expertise for intelligence uses into massive government contracts. Thousands of employees of the company provide services to the NSA, like analyzing the massive amounts of data the government agency collects every day. The company is also the shining symbol of the government-private security complex's revolving door: its vice president is the former director of national intelligence, while the current director of national intelligence is a former employee of Booz Allen.

    Despite the Snowden security breach, Booz Allen continues to work with the government. And they're making a lot of money from the U.S. In the last fiscal year, the company made $1.3 billion from working in U.S. intelligence. In total, Booz Allen Hamiltion made over $5 billion last fiscal year. And the cash keeps coming: in January, the company announced that it had won a contract with the Defense Department to provide intelligence services. The amount of money it could make from the deal is up to $5.6 billion.

    And like Hayden and Chertoff, Booz Allen's vice president Mike McConnell has publicly hyped up the threat of terrorism to blast Snowden's leaks. McConnell told a government contracting conference in July 2013 that Snowden's leaks have done "irrevocable damage" to the U.S.'s ability to stop terrorism. "It's going to inhibit our ability to understand nuclear activity in North Korea, what's going on in Syria, what might be happening with the Taliban in Afghanistan," said McConnell.

    3. Science Applications International Corporation

    Sometimes referred to as "NSA West" because so many former NSA employees go on to work for the formerly California-based Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), this firm makes a ton of cash off government contracts. And they do so by hawking their expertise in combatting the terrorist threat.

    Browse through SAIC's website and you're constantly greeted with the words "terrorist threat" and information on how the SAIC can help the government and others battle it. SAIC developed a "Terrorism Protection Manual" for Florida law enforcement that was developed to fight "today's national terrorist threat and implement recommended security best practices." They boast of their "experience meeting the terrorism incident response training needs of a wide variety of customers, from training for a national Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) scenario, applicable at agency response levels, to lesser levels of incidents affecting a city, a military installation or a special facility."

    Back when John P. Jumper, the current CEO of SAIC, was an Air Force general, he said the threat of terrorism is "greater than Nazism, greater than communism. This threat that we have of terrorist zealots is the most dangerous because these are people who care nothing about life. They care nothing about our lives, for sure, and they care nothing about their own lives." And Larry Prior, a U.S. intelligence veteran who used to run the company's Intelligence and Security Group, said in an internal newsletter that "the future of the nation rests on their backs," referring to employees in his group.

    SAIC is an immensely lucrative and large company. It boasts 42,000 employees--20,000 of whom hold U.S. government security clearances. It is the NSA's largest contractor, according to CorpWatch, and is deeply involved in the NSA's collection of intelligence. Last year it reported a net income of $525 million.

    4. Center for Counterintelligence and Security Studies

    U.S. intelligence agencies aren't the only sectors of government where the private sector has cashed in on the fear of terrorism. The post-9/11 world has seen the blossoming of a cottage industry of self-styled "experts" on Islam from private companies that market their supposedly ironclad analysis of the threat from Islamists to other federal agencies and state and local law enforcement. These companies have profited from law enforcement taking part in the "war on terror."

    Through Homeland Security grant programs like the State Homeland Security Program and the Urban Areas Security Initiative, the federal government has doled out over billions of dollars to these private companies to provide Islamophobic training. One of these companies is called the Center for Counterintelligence and Security Studies.

    Based in Virginia, the center "posits radical Islam as a new global ideological menace on the order of the old communist threat from the Soviet Union," as Political Research Associates (PRA) noted in a 2011 report on private firms doing counter-terror training. Staff members include former FBI, CIA and Defense Department personnel.

    Their claim to fame is providing education and training to members of the U.S. national security community--including law enforcement agencies, according to their website. They say they have trained over 67,000 people over the past decade.

    It's unclear exactly how much this firm makes per year. But according to the PRA report, a five-day course for government employees on the "Global Jihadist Threat Doctrine" costs $39,280. The firm also lists the costs of individual courses on their website. For a 30-person class titled "Dying to Kill Us: Understanding the Mindset of Suicide Operations," the cost is $7,856. For a three-day course for 30 people on "Informant Development for Law Enforcement to FighTerrorism," the cost is $23,568.

    The training pushes anti-Muslim ideology. On the section of their website where they list feedback from participants of the courses, one wrote: "An eye-opener. Especially how many Muslim Brotherhood front organizations there are and that the government doesn't get it."

    5. Security Solutions International

    Security Solutions International is yet another private firm hawking anti-Muslim training to law enforcement. This Miami-based company founded in 2004 uses its Israeli security connections to boost its standing in the market. They use Israeli security trainers in their courses and their president, Henry Morgenstern, is a dual Israeli-U.S. citizen who says he "developed excellent high level contacts with the Security Establishment [in Israel], making SSI the premiere training company for counter-terror related subjects."

    The company has trained over 700 law enforcement agencies since 2004. Officials from law enforcement agencies like the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority and the Department of Homeland Security have participated in the conferences they put on for profit. While SSI claims that they don't cast aspersions on the whole of Islam, an examination of their trainings, conferences and the speakers they use indicate otherwise.

    At a 2009 conference sponsored by Police magazine, an SSI instructor who is the company's "expert" on Islam used a video that showed a terrorist beheading a hostage. After the course was met with criticism, the company's CEO said "their religion got linked to terrorism a long time ago."

    The conferences they hold are usually well-attended, and this year SSI is putting on a conference in Orlando, Florida for three days. The cost for each attendee is $400. The keynote speaker this year is Steve Emerson, a well-known member of what's been termed the "Islamophobia industry."

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    The conferences they hold are usually well-attended, and this year SSI is putting on a conference in Orlando, Florida for three days. The cost for each attendee is $400. The keynote speaker this year is Steve Emerson, a well-known member of what's been termed the "Islamophobia industry."


    schools are becoming prisons

    posted 2013-08-16 14:14:54 by core

    Once upon a time in America, parents breathed a sigh of relief when their kids went back to school after a summer's hiatus, content in the knowledge that for a good portion of the day their kids would be gainfully occupied, out of harm's way and out of trouble. Those were the good old days, before school shootings became a part of our national lexicon and schools, aiming for greater security, transformed themselves into quasi-prisons, complete with surveillance cameras, metal detectors, police patrols, zero tolerance policies, lock downs, drug sniffing dogs and strip searches.

     

    Unfortunately, somewhere along the way, instead of making the schools safer, we simply managed to make them more authoritarian. It used to be that if you talked back to a teacher, or played a prank on a classmate, or just failed to do your homework, you might find yourself in detention or doing an extra writing assignment after school. Nowadays, students are not only punished for transgressions more minor than those--such as playing cops and robbers on the playground, bringing LEGOs to school, or having a food fight--but they are punished with suspension, expulsion, and even arrest.

     

    As a result, America is now on a fast track to raising up an Orwellian generation--one populated by compliant citizens accustomed to living in a police state and who march in lockstep to the dictates of the government. Indeed, as I point out in my book, A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State, with every school police raid and overzealous punishment that is carried out in the name of school safety, the lesson being imparted is that Americans--especially young people--have no rights at all against the state or the police. In fact, the majority of schools today have adopted an all-or-nothing lockdown mindset that leaves little room for freedom, individuality or due process.

     

    For example, when high school senior Ashley Smithwick grabbed the wrong lunch sack--her father's--on the way to school, the star soccer player had no idea that her mistake would land her in a sea of legal troubles. Unbeknownst to Ashley, the lunchbox contained her father's paring knife, a 2-inch blade he uses to cut his apple during lunch. It was only when a school official searching through students' belongings found the diminutive knife, which administrators considered a "weapon," that Ashley realized what had happened and explained the mistake. Nevertheless, school officials referred Ashley to the police, who in turn charged her with a Class 1 misdemeanor for possessing a "sharp-pointed or edged instrument on educational property."

     

    Tieshka Avery, a diabetic teenager living in Birmingham, Alabama, was slammed into a filing cabinet and arrested after falling asleep during an in-school suspension. The young lady, who suffers from sleep apnea and asthma, had fallen asleep while reading Huckleberry Finn in detention. After a school official threw a book at her, Avery went to the hall to collect herself. While speaking on the phone with her mother, she was approached from behind by a police officer, who slammed her into a filing cabinet and arrested her. Avery is currently pursuing a lawsuit against the school.

     

    In May 2013, seven students at Enloe High in Raleigh, North Carolina, were arrested for throwing water balloons as part of a school prank. One parent, who witnessed police slamming one of the arrested students on the ground, was also arrested for attempting to calmly express his discontent with the way the students were being treated.

     

    Unfortunately, while these may appear to be isolated incidents, they are indicative of a nationwide phenomenon in which children are treated like criminals, especially within the public schools. The ramifications are far-reaching. As Emily Bloomenthal (one of the typical jew "experts" trotted out by the jew media on such occasions), writing for the New York University Review of Law & Social Change, explains:

     

    Studies have found that youth who have been suspended are at increased risk of being required to repeat a grade, and suspensions are a strong predictor of later school dropout. Researchers have concluded that "suspension often becomes a `pushout' tool to encourage low-achieving students and those viewed as `troublemakers' to leave school before graduation." Students who have been suspended are also more likely to commit a crime and/or to end up incarcerated as an adult, a pattern that has been dubbed the "school-to-prison pipeline."

     

    Moreover, as suspensions and arrests for minor failings and childish behavior become increasingly common, so does the spread of mass surveillance in our nation's schools. In fact, our schools have become a microcosm of the total surveillance state which currently dominates America, adopting a host of surveillance technologies, including video cameras, finger and palm scanners, iris scanners, as well as RFID and GPS tracking devices, to keep constant watch over their student bodies.

     

    For example, in May 2013, Polk County School District in Florida foisted an iris scanning program on its students without parental consent. Parents were sent a letter explaining they could opt their children out of the program, but by the time the letter had reached parents, 750 children had already had their eyes scanned and their biometric data collected.

     

    Making matters worse, these iris scanning programs are gaining traction in the schools, with school buses even getting in on the action. As students enter the school bus, they will be told to look through a pair of binocular-like scanners which will either blink, indicating that the student is on the right bus, or honk, indicating that they've chosen the wrong one. This technology is linked with a mobile app which parents can use to track their child's exact whereabouts, as each time their eyes are scanned the parent receives a print out with their photo and Google map location, along with a timestamp. Benefits aside, the potential for abuse, especially in the hands of those who prey on the young, are limitless.

     

    Insiders expect this emerging industry to expand beyond schools to ATMs, airports, and other high security areas within the next few years. It's definitely big business. The school security industry, which includes everything from biometrics to video surveillance, was worth $2.7 billion in 2012 and is expected to grow by 801305164310ver the next five years and be worth $4.9 billion by 2017.

     

    Even so, promises of profit, safety and efficiency aside, it doesn't bode well for our nation's youth who are being raised in quasi-prisonlike school environments where they are treated as if they have no rights and are taught even less about the Constitution. It has been said that America's schools are the training ground for future generations. If so, and unless we can do something to rein in this runaway train, this next generation will be the most compliant, fearful and oppressed generation ever to come of age in America, and they will be marching in lockstep with the police state.

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    Even so, promises of profit, safety and efficiency aside, it doesn't bode well for our nation's youth who are being raised in quasi-prisonlike school environments where they are treated as if they have no rights and are taught even less about the Constitution. It has been said that America's schools are the training ground for future generations. If so, and unless we can do something to rein in this runaway train, this next generation will be the most compliant, fearful and oppressed generation ever to come of age in America, and they will be marching in lockstep with the police state.


    the NSA is snooping on your internet activity!

    posted 2013-09-10 23:41:06 by core

    It's time to fight back against the NWO government's snooping of your private communications!

    Benjamin Franklin famously wrote, "Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." Meanwhile, our president claims that we cannot have 100xencoriaecurity and 100 0x86a6d00rivacy and that as a society we have to make some choices. To that I say, no Mr. President, we don't.

    Let's look, for example, at the recent attacks in Boston. Our government was violating our rights, trolling through millions of phone records, sifting through mountains of data and yet still didn't notice, or didn't notice enough, that one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects was traveling to Chechnya. Perhaps instead of treating every American as a potential terror suspect, the government should concentrate on more targeted analysis and an analysis that doesn't violate the Bill of Rights.

    This assault on personal privacy affects the Facebook generation more than anyone else. Your generation is completely digitized and uploaded. Everything you do is traceable via phone, email and bank records. And it is you, more than anyone, who should be outraged by this astounding assault on your constitutional right to personal privacy.

    I hear people say, "Well if you aren't doing anything wrong, then the government will leave you alone." But over the last month and a half, this administration has proven that they will target anyone. Under this administration, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has targeted political dissidents, the Department of Justice has seized reporters' phone records, and now we've learned the NSA seized an unlimited amount of Verizon's client data. So, do you really expect us to trust a government that admittedly targets innocent citizens without probable cause? These overreaching acts are unacceptable under any president, whether Democrat or Republican.

    This issue has made for some strange bedfellows in Washington. You have some of my fellow Republicans - I like to call moss-covered - defending Barack Obama's violation of your rights. Meanwhile, I am being joined by Democratic Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), left-leaning journalist Glenn Greenwald, and Republican Congressman and author of the PATRIOT Act, Jim Sensebrenner (R-Wisc.).

    It is clear that this issue is not about party politics. It is about protecting the civil liberties that our Founding Fathers fought a revolution for. And issues such as this really show you how your political leaders feel about your rights.

    What should frustrate you the most is the hypocrisy of it all. In December 2007, then-Senator Barack Obama threatened to filibuster the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). He now uses FISA courts to survey your personal information.

    Then-Senator Obama opposed provisions granting retroactive immunity to telecommunications companies that shared private client information with the government. Senator Obama was right. Had I been in the Senate, I would have voted with him. Senator Obama in 2008 also wanted to track potential terrorist activity "without undermining our commitment to the rule of law, or our basic rights and liberties." Yet, today, President Obama undermines the rule of law, basic rights and core liberties -- all in the name of tracking terrorists.

    Last week, I introduced the Fourth Amendment Restoration Act of 2013. The purpose of the bill is in its name -- to restore what has been taken from us -- our right to personal privacy.

    Over the last 30 or 40 years, our government has decided that once we give our records to our bank or our credit card company, that they're no longer private. I disagree vehemently with that. In today's world, so much of our life is digitalized, and we must maintain a sense of privacy from an overreaching government.

    I do not think this is what Verizon customers had in mind when they signed up for the "share everything plan" and I want these customers to join me in filing a class-action lawsuit against the NSA. I'm asking all of the internet providers, all of the phone companies and their customers to join me in protecting our rights to privacy. Our Constitution is consistently ignored and it is time we take a stand. I encourage all Americans, especially the millennials, to stand with me in this fight to protect our constitutional right to privacy.

    It turns out that the NSA's domestic and world-wide surveillance apparatus is even more extensive than we thought. Bluntly: The government has commandeered the Internet. Most of the largest Internet companies provide information to the NSA, betraying their users. Some, as we've learned, fight and lose. Others cooperate, either out of patriotism or because they believe it's easier that way.

    Do you remember those old spy movies, when the higher ups in government decide that the mission is more important than the spy's life? It's going to be the same way with you. You might think that your friendly relationship with the government means that they're going to protect you, but they won't. The NSA doesn't care about you or your customers, and will burn you the moment it's convenient to do so.

    We're already starting to see that. Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and others are pleading with the government to allow them to explain details of what information they provided in response to National Security Letters and other government demands. They've lost the trust of their customers, and explaining what they do -- and don't do -- is how to get it back. The government has refused; they don't care.

    It will be the same with you. There are lots more high-tech companies who have cooperated with the government. Most of those company names are somewhere in the thousands of documents that Edward Snowden took with him, and sooner or later they'll be released to the public. The NSA probably told you that your cooperation would forever remain secret, but they're sloppy. They'll put your company name on presentations delivered to thousands of people: government employees, contractors, probably even foreign nationals. If Snowden doesn't have a copy, the next whistleblower will.

    This is why you have to fight. When it becomes public that the NSA has been hoovering up all of your users' communications and personal files, what's going to save you in the eyes of those users is whether or not you fought. Fighting will cost you money in the short term, but capitulating will cost you more in the long term.

    Already companies are taking their data and communications out of the US.

    The extreme case of fighting is shutting down entirely. The secure e-mail service Lavabit did that last week, abruptly. Ladar Levison, that site's owner, wrote on his homepage: "I have been forced to make a difficult decision: to become complicit in crimes against the American people or walk away from nearly ten years of hard work by shutting down Lavabit. After significant soul searching, I have decided to suspend operations. I wish that I could legally share with you the events that led to my decision."

    The same day, Silent Circle followed suit, shutting down their email service in advance of any government strong-arm tactics: "We see the writing the wall, and we have decided that it is best for us to shut down Silent Mail now. We have not received subpoenas, warrants, security letters, or anything else by any government, and this is why we are acting now." I realize that this is extreme. Both of those companies can do it because they're small. Google or Facebook couldn't possibly shut themselves off rather than cooperate with the government. They're too large; they're public. They have to do what's economically rational, not what's moral.

    But they can fight. You, an executive in one of those companies, can fight. You'll probably lose, but you need to take the stand. And you might win. It's time we called the government's actions what it really is: commandeering. Commandeering is a practice we're used to in wartime, where commercial ships are taken for military use, or production lines are converted to military production. But now it's happening in peacetime. Vast swaths of the Internet are being commandeered to support this surveillance state.

    If this is happening to your company, do what you can to isolate the actions. Do you have employees with security clearances who can't tell you what they're doing? Cut off all automatic lines of communication with them, and make sure that only specific, required, authorized acts are being taken on behalf of government. Only then can you look your customers and the public in the face and say that you don't know what is going on -- that your company has been commandeered.

    Journalism professor Jeff Jarvis recently wrote in The Guardian: "Technology companies: now is the moment when you must answer for us, your users, whether you are collaborators in the US government's efforts to 'collect it all' -- our every move on the internet or whether you, too, are victims of its overreach."

    So while I'm sure it's cool to have a secret White House meeting with President Obama -- I'm talking to you, Google, Apple, AT&T, and whoever else was in the room -- resist. Attend the meeting, but fight the secrecy. Whose side are you on?

    The NSA isn't going to remain above the law forever. Already public opinion is changing, against the government and their corporate collaborators. If you want to keep your users' trust, demonstrate that you were on their side.

    So fight back now, while you still can!

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